Seryn : Daytrotter Session / On Tour Again  / Tattoo ?
Hear 4 Seryn songs recorded live for Daytrotter here.

Seryn is also headed back out on tour in July / Aug. / Sept., with a lot more dates to be announced, current dates at the bottom.
Tattoo ?  Yep, a Seryn fan got the lyrics from their song We Will All Be Changed tattooed all around, and around, and around his arm.  There’s a video of it, tweets about it, etc. Read about it in the Dallas Observer here 🙂
And if for any crazy reason you don’t have their new record, use the link below !
This Is Where We Are cd / lp / mp3  available here.

Tracks, bio, photo, dates, video, etc : here.

‘River Song’ video here.

Named as the # 1 performance of SXSW” – Paste Magazine
“It certainly pays to have a jack-of-all-trades in your band, but when you have 5, the results are magical” – Magnet Magazine
It is one of the years best albums, local or otherwise” – Ft. Worth Star Telegram
“A great album that is filled with anything but redundancy; the kind of debut that is definitely full of promise – Delusions of Adequacy

Seryn
07/15  Dallas, TX @ All Good Cafe
07/16  Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
07/22  Hot Springs, AR @ Maxine’s
07/23  Oxford, MS @ Blind Pig
07/24  Chattanooga, TN @ Honest Pint
07/27  Atlanta, GA @ Paste Magazine Offices (live taping)
07/28  St. Simons Island, GA @ Palm Coast
07/30  Tampa, FL @ State Theater / Antiwarpt Festival
08/01  Tallahassee, FL @ Mockingbird Cafe
09/17  Jackson, TN @ Barefoot Joes

Features

Seaway

Seaway's Big Fall

Planned for the summer, 'Big Vibe' was moved to the Fall as COVID swept the nation. It turns out, the vibes were exactly the breath of fresh air we needed. HM contributing writer Danielle Martin talks with Seaway vocalist Ryan Locke about the band's new era, how they formed their sound for 2020, and why Harry Styles belongs in their lives.

By

Full Feature
Payable on Death – P.O.D.

A Voice of Life

Almost 27 years after the band's first studio album, P.O.D.'s message is arguably more important than ever. "I believe (our message) is even more relevant now than it was then. If you really listen to 'Youth of the Nation,' we still have these tragedies going on. There’s a lot of searching still going on out there."

By

Full Feature
All Features